What was our goal?
National Association of Professionals Working with People with Disabilities (Bulgaria), Phoenixkm BVBA (Belgium), Asociacion Espanola De Fisioterapeutas, (Spain), Gazi University, Bilge Special Education Center, in partnership with the Turkish Spastic Children’s Foundation, CP-CARE started the project on January 01, 2017 and lasted for 36 months, and a training module was created to educate parents and caregivers of children with cerebral palsy and this module is mobile is also used as an application. The objectives of the project are; The aim of the CP-CARE Project is to create a general and standard care and rehabilitation curriculum and training program for those who care for individuals with cerebral palsy. This will allow children to socialize more in their social lives and be accepted by society. A care and rehabilitation structure will be established according to each type of child with cerebral palsy and their needs.Research by Raina Petal (July 2005; 115(6): e626-36) Families of children with cerebral palsy depend on physiotherapists and caregivers. One of the objectives of the CP-CARE Project is the knowledge in the needs development of practical applications in line with the studies .One of our final objectives is to provide VET course to those who will support the independence of individuals with cerebral palsy, who provide the best assistive technology for the brain-muscle system and their use through direct exercise and care of their daily lives. In addition, this course includes some special domestic arrangements and will provide sufficient support for children to be independent in their daily activities. It will also allow caregivers working in the consortium to take good working samples.
What have we accomplished?
A special curriculum and related educational material for people caring for people with Cerebral Palsy, a mobile application where all products produced within the scope of the Project (based on the ECVET learning outcomes approach) are presented together, country status reports on services offered to individuals with Cerebral Palsy in project partner countries, services offered to individuals with Cerebral Palsy in project partner countries and country policies are compared a comparative report.